Saturday, Penn basketball coach Jerome Allen and his staff landed their third recruit in six days with the addition of guard Julian Harrell.
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Since taking over as head basketball coach, Jerome Allen has been hot on the recruiting trail. But even after reeling in seven intriguing prospects, the glaring need for a legitimate big man remained.
Penn men’s basketball received a commitment yesterday from Tony Hicks, a 6-foot-1, 175-pound guard out of St. Rita’s High School in Chicago, according to multiple reports.
As the exhilarating exhibition wound down, Team Philly guard Tyreke Evans stared down his defender, Gary Forbes, and went to work. His crowd-pleasing crossover sent Forbes shuffling backwards and the Denver Nuggets forward could do nothing but claim he slipped on the wet floor in the sauna-like conditions of the Cathedral.
From the Daily Pennsylvanian’s sports blog, The Buzz:
The sixth-annual Ivy Sports Symposium will be held on Friday, Nov. 18, in Jon M. Huntsman Hall.
On Sunday night, when the bright lights shine down on the Palestra floor and the stands rumble with excitement just before the Team Philly-Team Melo tip-off, Philadelphia natives Hakim Warrick and Jerome Allen will likely take a moment to soak it in.
To hear softball coach Leslie King describe it, Penn Park may very well become a Palestra of sorts for her program.
The King is coming to the Cathedral.
In less than 19 days, NBA superstars Carmelo Anthony and Kevin Durant may descend onto Penn’s historic Palestra for a Team Philly-Team Baltimore exhibition basketball game.
If there was anything easy about Penn football’s run to a second straight Ivy League championship last year, it was finding a source of motivation.
One of Philly basketball’s best kept secrets is no longer just that.
The average Philadelphia sports fan’s attitude toward the NBA lockout can be summarized in four words.
The resignation of head coach Nik DeVore on Friday allows the Penn tennis team to close the book on a difficult four-year run in which the Quakers finished a combined 6-22 in the Ivy League.
After four years at the helm of the Penn men’s tennis program, coach Nik DeVore resigned from the position Friday.
The women’s rowing team won the Varsity Eight and Second Varsity Eight races, taking home its first Orange Challenge Cup victory since 1995.
Back in January of 2009, Penn basketball player Remy Cofield wasn’t having as much fun as he imagined he would while playing for the Red and Blue in the Cathedral of College Basketball.
Down 5-4 with two outs and the bases loaded in the bottom of the fourth inning, the Penn baseball team faced the added pressure of having to put runs on the board before the back end of La Salle’s vaunted bullpen took over.
If the 2011 NCAA Wrestling Championships proved one thing to the casual fan this past weekend, it’s that unpredictability — not chalk — rules the sport’s college postseason.
On Thursday morning at the Wells Fargo Center, six Penn wrestlers began their quests for an individual title at the NCAA Championship.